Contemporary Albania is at a turning point in its history. This animated documentary calls into question the criteria a civil society is grounded on, at the very moment when it is coming into existence.
- Métiers et Artisanat
- Arts, Cinéma et Spectacles
- Histoire et Géopolitique
- Nature et Animalier
- Santé et Médecine
- Sciences et Découvertes
- Spiritualité et Paranormal
- Sports et Loisirs
Un film pédagogique en cinq chapitres sur l’éco-citoyenneté : À travers les cinq chapitres de ce film consacrés à l'éco-citoyenneté, partez à la découverte d'hommes et de femmes qui, au quotidien, se sont engagées à défendre, respecter et aider notre planète. À travers leurs regards, leurs propos et leurs actions, ils nous livrent des pistes de...
Shocking picture. In Marseille, in 2012, Julia and Auriane, two young students, stand up to anti-gay marriage and adoption protesters, and offer a snapshot which soon became a reference in terms of anti-discrimination civic action.
"Arbres" (Trees) is the story of the Tree and trees. It begins with the Origins and then embarks upon a journey through the world of the tree and the trees of the world. The film reveals the huge differences and slight similarities between the Tree and Man, investigating the fascinating idea that, amongst plants, the tree fulfils the role played by man in the animal kingdom.
The exams are close, the school year is coming to an end for Peipei, a young artist aspirant of a high school of Henan Province, a poor district of China. Abandoned by her parents, scapegoat of her classmates and teachers, this “wild flower” has trouble finding her place.
The history of this favela in Rio de Janero has been marked by violence, poverty and drugs trafficking. Far from the clichés and received ideas of the favela, this documentary paints a portrait of the people currently living within the City of God.